Leaders of the Hindu community in Canada complain to the Indian High Commissioner’s office in Ottawa about the contempt of the Hindu gods on a movie poster on display as part of the “Under the Tent” project at the Agakan Museum. Was done. Toronto. Ottawa’s Indian High Commission has urged Canadian authorities and event organizers to withdraw all provocative material after receiving complaints from Canadian Hindu community leaders.
“The Consul General of Toronto has communicated these concerns to the event organizers.” “It is also known that several Hindu groups have urged Canadian authorities to take action.” “We urge Canadian authorities and event organizers to withdraw all such provocative material,” Ottawa’s High Commission for India said in a press release.
— India, Canada (@HCI_Ottawa) July 4, 2022
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